Videos

08/29/2015 11:00 AM - Tahlequah,OK

The 63rd National Holiday started a little early with a stickball tournament and the Nighthawks defeated OSI heli from tvshkahoma.

08/14/2015 08:40 AM - Adair,OK

Young and Cherokee is a new series spotlighting examples of young people embracing the culture and the legacy of the Cherokee Nation. Just a freshman at Adair High school, Shay is very active in Family and Consumer Sciences and the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) club at school.

08/11/2015 06:00 PM - O-Si-Yo Training room

Presenter: Dorothy Ice Cherokee National Treasure

08/04/2015 09:47 AM - Tahlequah,OK

Visiting with our Elders as the recall their childhood and growing up Cherokee. Bruce Ross spent his time playing in the creek and having rock fights with the boys. He also spent time living next to and exploring the Murrell Home.

07/28/2015 06:00 PM - Osiyo Training Room

Putting Together Strategic Plans to Fight for and Win Concrete Community Change

07/22/2015 10:08 AM - Adair,OK

Young and Cherokee is a new series spotlighting examples of young people embracing the culture and the legacy of the Cherokee Nation.

07/14/2015 09:52 AM

We visit with elder and National Treasure Thelma Forrest, who spent a lot of time on the Illinois river near Chewey and learned the value of an education going to Oaks Mission.

07/06/2015 02:43 PM - Chelsea,OK

Young and Cherokee is a new series spotlighting young people embracing the culture and the legacy of the Cherokee Nation.

06/30/2015 11:59 AM - Tahlequah,OK

Remember the Removal is an annual bicycle ride commemorating the forced removal of the Cherokee Nation from its homelands during the winter of 1838-39. This is their ride in to the Cherokee Nation Capitol on Thursday June. 25th.

06/27/2015 12:00 PM - Briggs,OK

The third round of the Cherokee Nation Traditional Native games were held at the Briggs Community building on Saturday June 27.

06/23/2015 02:50 PM - Steelville,MO

Remember the Removal is an annual bicycle ride commemorating the forced removal of the Cherokee Nation from its homelands during the winter of 1838-39.

06/15/2015 08:30 AM - Rocky Ford ,OK

Visiting with our Elders as they recall their childhood and growing up Cherokee. meet Lelah Mae Cummings who did not start school until age 8 because it was too far to walk.

06/06/2015 12:00 PM - Tahlequah,OK

Cherokee Nation citizens came out to the One Big Family project event on Saturday June 6 at the Cherokee Heritage Center located at 21192 S. Keeler Drive, Park Hill.

06/04/2015 03:29 PM - Tahlequah,OK

For the past 60 years, a young lady has been chosen to become Miss Cherokee. Once selected, she is a Cherokee Nation goodwill ambassador for one year, sharing the culture and history with the public. This exhibit shares that rich history with many unique items, and it allows the public to see how the position has evolved over the years.

06/02/2015 12:03 PM - Catoosa,OK

Young and Cherokee, is a new series spotlighting examples of young people embracing the culture of the Cherokee Nation. Meet Sequoyah Sanders from Catoosa, who started writing songs at age 10, and works two jobs to help support his family.

06/02/2015 11:53 AM - Sallisaw,Ok

Cherokee elder Crosslin Smith blesses the opening Cherokee Nation’s new $10.7 million Redbird Smith Health Center annex on Monday.

05/26/2015 06:00 PM - Osiyo Training Room

Presenter: Mark Parman

05/15/2015 08:30 AM - Tahlequah,OK

A new series spotlighting examples of young people embracing the culture and the legacy of the Cherokee Nation. Meet Sunday Plumb a senior at University of Arkansas and reigning Miss Cherokee.

05/12/2015 06:00 PM - Osiyo Training Room

Presenter: Joseph Erb

05/07/2015 11:13 AM - Titanic,OK

Cherokee Elder Daggie Ketcher Walker tells us about being ornery, eating "steak", and boarding school growing up Cherokee.

04/29/2015 01:33 PM - Rocky Ford State Park,OK

Cherokee Nation's Pat Gwin took NSU Native American Veterans on a Ethnobiology tour at Rocky Ford State Park

04/28/2015 06:00 PM - Osiyo Training Room

Developing Leadership Qualities that Will Carry Over into Everyday Life

04/17/2015 08:20 AM - Leach,OK

Elder Betty Sixkiller tells us about growing up in Leach, gigging crawdads and spending time with family.

04/14/2015 06:00 PM - Osiyo Training Room

Cultural Presentation on Flint Knapping presented Vyrl Keeter.

04/08/2015 10:42 AM - Stilwell,OK

Working hard, playing hard and becoming the first Strawberry Festival queen. Elder Pat Leatherwood talks about growing up Cherokee back then.

04/01/2015 03:26 PM - Tahlequah,OK

The Cherokee Heritage Center hosted Indian Territory Days, an educational event for school aged children.

03/31/2015 06:00 PM - O-Si-Yo Training room

This session provides participants with the opportunity to practice building strong teams and to look at barriers to effective teams

03/23/2015 09:10 AM - Jay,OK

Visiting with Elder Adam Stick who talks about playing with old tires growing up in the Gray Community in Delaware County.

03/02/2015 01:32 PM - Tahlequah,OK

Visiting with Elder Sue Wildcat as she talks about growing up Cherokee in Delaware County, playing in the creek and attending Oaks Mission School.

02/19/2015 03:23 PM - Marble City,OK

Visiting with Elder Ed Wilson who grew up around Marble City and pulled quite a few pranks growing up Cherokee.

02/10/2015 06:00 PM - Osiyo Room, WW Hastings Tribal Complex

CCO Director, Rob Daugherty will discuss the current state of our precious Cherokee language, its plight, and the urgent need for greater preservation efforts.

02/09/2015 11:53 AM - Salina,OK

Visiting with our Elders as they talk about how they met.

02/09/2015 11:50 AM - Tahlequah,OK

Visiting with our Elders as they talk about how they met.

02/02/2015 08:50 AM

Visiting with our Elders as the recall their childhood and growing up Cherokee.

01/27/2015 06:00 PM - Osiyo Training Room

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01/20/2015 10:02 AM - Tahlequah,OK

Visiting with our Elders as they recall their childhood and growing up Cherokee.

01/07/2015 08:45 AM - Tahlequah,OK

Visiting with our Elders as the recall their childhood and growing up Cherokee.

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